Almost a century ago, Desert Hot Springs pioneer Cabot Yerxa studied art in France and documented the time in his journal.
Welcome aboard PS Air, a new bar in Palm Springs, where you never reach altitude, have your body and possessions scanned, emit CO2, or spend a fortune.
Taught by faculty and guest teachers with Broadway and other pro credentials, Musical Theatre University courses span an array of on- and off-stage roles.
In a fairy tale, Town & Country Center would celebrate its 72nd anniversary in 2020, but happily-ever-afters often come only after a wicked turn of events.
A season-long art exhibit at Sunnylands marries the works of a son and grandson of Henry Hunt with trumpeter Herb Alpert, a musical fave of the Annenbergs.
The influences of midcentury designer Alexander Girard abound — especially where style and comfort go hand in hand. See it at Palm Springs Art Museum thru March.
The Plaza Theatre, shuttered since 2014, is hoping for a second life in downtown Palm Springs with the growing swell of grassroots support.
Six local experts explain where the Palm Springs real estate market stands, how we arrived here, and what indicators suggest for the next year or longer.
Scott Smith teaches College of the Desert students what he has learned about jazz, digital audio, and musical theater in Palm Desert.
In 2010, while her mother was in the late stages of Alzheimer’s disease, Maggie Downs quit work to complete her mom’s informal bucket list.